-read-tree (1) - Reads tree information into the index git-rebase (1) - Forward-port local commits to the updated upstream head git-receive-pack (1) - Receive what is pushed into the repository git-reflog (1) - Manage reflog information git-relink (1) - Hardlink common objects in local repositories git-remote (1) - manage set of tracked repositories git-remote-ext (1) - Bridge smart transport to external command git-remote-fd (1) - Reflect smart transport stream back to caller git-remote-testgit (1) - Example remote-helper git-repack (1) - Pack unpacked objects in a repository git-replace (1) - Create, list, delete refs to replace objects git-repo-config (1) - Get and set repository or global options git-request-pull (1) - Generates a summary of pending changes git-rerere (1) - Reuse recorded resolution of conflicted merges git-reset (1) - Reset current HEAD to the specified state git-rev-list (1) - Lists commit objects in reverse chronological order git-rev-parse (1) - Pick out and massage parameters git-revert (1) - Revert some existing commits git-rm (1) - Remove files from the working tree and from the index git-send-pack (1) - Push objects over Git protocol to another repository git-sh-i18n (1) - Gits i18n setup code for shell scripts git-sh-i18n--envsubst (1) - Gits own envsubst(1) for i18n fallbacks git-sh-setup (1) - Common Git shell script setup code git-shell (1) - Restricted login shell for Git-only SSH access git-shortlog (1) - Summarize git log output git-show (1) - Show various types of objects git-show-branch (1) - Show branches and their commits git-show-index (1) - Show packed archive index git-show-ref (1) - List references in a local repository git-stage (1) - Add file contents to the staging area git-stash (1) - Stash the changes in a dirty working directory away git-status (1) - Show the working tree status git-stripspace (1) - Remove unnecessary whitespace git-submodule (1) - Initialize, update or inspect submodules git-symbolic-ref (1) - Read, modify and delete symbolic refs git-tag (1) - Create, list, delete or verify a tag object signed with GPG git-tar-tree (1) - Create a tar archive of the files in the named tree object git-unpack-file (1) - Creates a temporary file with a blobs contents git-unpack-objects (1) - Unpack objects